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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-12

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CIRCLES OF SUPPORT page 97

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98

ed by Ms. Wyman Harris
have met with similar suc-
cess. With the support of
their circles, three of the fo-
cus people have made the
transition from family or
group home to their own
apartment. The fourth per-
son is working toward mov-
ing out on her own, and her
family has made great
strides in allowing her to be
more independent.
"It's very hard to let go,"
the young woman's mother
said. "But the circle has
helped me back down, which
is good for her and good for
me."
The goal of every circle is
to continue expanding its
membership and eventually
become self-sustaining. Ms.
Wyman Harris feels that cir-
cles are good not only for the Case worker Betsy share.
focus people but for the com-
Those coping with serious illness,
munity to which they belong.
"There are economic benefits," aging parents, divorce, or the
she said. "Circles help save gov- death of a loved one are all good
ernment dollars by helping peo- candidates for the support a cir-
ple make more efficient use of cle provides.
"The important message is that
limited public resources. And
we
are all part of a community,
there's the added benefit of peo-
not
just separate entities," Ms.
ple helping one another."
Wyman
Harris said. "Circles
Circles are actually a more for-
teach
us
to
look at ourselves and
mal way of replicating the infor-
others
not
as
people with prob-
mal support networks that
lems
but
as
people
helping one an-
existed when people had extend-
other

that's
what
community
ed families nearby and neighbors
is
all
about."
were more accessible.
Robert Werney summed up his
"There's another extraordinary
enthusiasm
at the end of a recent
about it — it's what we all do for
circle
meeting
which had centered
each other," Ms. Wyman Harris
on planning his upcoming move:
said.
Ms. Wyman Harris believes the "Can I start packing yet?" ❑
circle concept can be used
IS' For information on circles of
throughout the community in a
support, contact Shirlee
variety of situations, not just for Wyman Harris at JARC, (810)
individuals with disabilities.
352-7292.

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Planning & Directing

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FROM REHEARSALS TO
ENTIRE WEDDING ARRANGEMENTS
Cynthia Dore
(810) 553-7764
Stacy Berger-
Kurinsky
(810) 305-9340

FREECONSULTATION

sor for Wayne State University's
Department of Nutrition and
Food Science, received the pres-
tigious 1995 Outstanding Grad-
uate Mentor Award. The award
was given based on Dr. Shelefs
excellence as an academic role
model.

There will soon be a new day
care center for the elderly in
Kiryat Malachi, a development
town in Israel's northern Negev.
A grant of $350,000 from the Ben
N. Teitel Charitable Trust
through its trustee, GERALD
S. COOK, will help build the
Harriett and Ben Teitel Day
Care Center in this town of
21,000. The center will provide
social activities, health care and
para-professional services, as
well as a balanced meal to some
100 people every day.

MARCIE ESKIN won the Sal-

lie Mae First Class Teacher

Award for the 1993-94 school
year. Ms. Eskin teaches second
grade at Roosevelt Elementary
School in West Bloomfield.

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ROBERT ARONSON and
CAROL SMOKLER received

the first annual "Excellence in
Jewish Communal Service"
awards from Project STaR stu-
dents at their spring commence-
ment. Mr. Aronson, executive
vice president of the Jewish Fed-
eration of Metropolitan Detroit,
received the Professional Recog-
nition Award which recognizes
his service as a role model for the
class and his active interest in
their professional development.
Ms. Smokier was presented with
the Lay Leader Recognition
Award for her service and dedi-
cation to the community, for her
support of the Project STaR pro-
gram, and for her many initia-
tives on the students' behalf

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